Health data platform MacroHealth has raised a $54 million Series A funding round and plans on hiring for 30+ technical roles in Vancouver in 2020.
MacroHealth’s platform helps large healthcare payer organizations find the best provider networks for their members.
MacroHealth is looking for top talent, among both startups and the biggest names in corporate America. “You don’t have to work in healthcare or insurance to come onto our radar. We just want to work with the best people, period,” says MacroHealth Chief HR Officer Sam Crumley.
Their message to future employees? “If you’re tired of going unnoticed in a big corporation and want to make a difference, join us. Compared to other privately-held companies at our stage, we offer competitive salaries in the market.”
With a U.S. office in Kirkland, WA, MacroHealth was formed in 2017 with the merger of Plotkin Health and VIDA Health.
“MacroHealth is disrupting the US commercial healthcare industry, a $3.5 trillion marketplace.” says Toufic Boubez, CTO and CPO at MacroHealth.
“Our contributions and role in the industry have helped us thrive and create opportunities in a disrupted economy. The healthcare and information services industry are both predicted to recover the fastest, and we’ve seen this come into play.”
The company will use the cash infusion to invest in their platform and expand the commercial side of the business including marketing, customer success, and operations.